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Movie record | Taking Liberties
Title Taking Liberties
Director/producer Chris Atkins
Country of production UK
Year of production 2007
Length 100 mins
Actors/notable persons Ashley Jensen, David Morrissey
Summary Shocking doc charts the loss of civil liberties in Britain "since 1997"
Certificate/recommended age 15 cert Recommended for school year
Key themes democracy/political systems, empowerment/activism, human rights
Main regions Europe Countries United Kingdom
Just how solid is our democratic right to challenge and criticize government policies we don’t agree with? Moving from the teenage sisters detained for 36 hours without charge, to a war veteran arrested for wearing an anti-Bush t-shirt, this hell-raising, irreverent documentary charts countless examples of lost civil liberties over the last ten years in Britain.
“Bold, fearless and blackly funny, this film should be compulsory viewing.” Dazed and Confused.
Most Promising Newcomer, BAFTA Award (2008) - nominated
For home use available from Amazon.co.uk
For public use Information not available at this time
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Various opportunities to campaign with human rights organizations at the Taking Liberties website
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